Microsoft patch Tuesday: Expect 7 bulletins, 4 critical
Microsoft plans to release seven security bulletins next week, including patches for critical bugs in Windows, Internet Explorer and Office.
Four of the bulletins address critical vulnerabilities, which is Microsoft's highest security threat classification. The other three, according to an online advisory, are rated important, which is the second-highest rating. While Microsoft said in its Security Bulletin Advance Notification that there will be seven bulletins, there's no word on how many actual vulnerabilities will be fixed. Microsoft patch Tuesday: Expect 7 bulletins, 4 critical - Security - www.itnews.com.au
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